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It is not necessary to have a signed agreement in place for its terms to be legally binding. An agreement can also become implied and be valid even if it is not signed or even not in writing. For example, if two parties have verbally, or otherwise agreed on certain terms and there was no indication that either party refused to accept them and both had then carried on working under these terms, or any other terms under the same agreement it can become implied that the agreement was accepted. So the fact that both of you negotiated specific terms, neither challenged them and you both continued to work under them for a year can certainly make it that these terms had become an implied contract
I thought so. I assume tha last version, which I sent to them, is the one to discuss, as it was the version by implicvation agreed
Am I right in my assumption?
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Still here, you are correct that if these were the latest terms that were discussed and both parties had continued to work under these with no protest then they woul be the ones that it is assumed applied
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